Friday, 2 March 2012

In other news...

Josh has realised that he can copy what we say. So he has added the following to the list:

  • Dada
  • Mama
  • Day
  • Ear 
  • Baby

Awesome right?! better late than never. Let's gloss over twin 2, he's just biding his time. He won't say anything until he's 3, but by the age of 4 he'll have a job as a speech writer I reckon.

We had a great time at Hong Kong Park the other day. The boys were really interested for the first time in the fish, the terrapins, the flowers, the birds, and everything else. It was lovely to see them having such fun.






We also saw Daddy's office. He won't be there long as he's moving over to Olympic. Did you know that:

The station was originally named Tai Kok Tsui in proposals outlined by the government in the Airport Core Programme during the 1990s. In 1996, however, when Lee Lai Shan won the first ever Olympic gold medal of Hong Kong in windsurfing at the Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics and two Hong Kong sportsmen, Cheung Yiu Cheung and Chiu Chung Lun, also won Gold medals in Paralympic Games of the same year, the (then under construction) station was renamed Olympic on 16 December 1996, paying tribute to those achievements of Hong Kong athletes. The station is decorated with the pictures of 1996 Summer Olympics and is named after the Olympic Movement.

Fascinating isn't it? Or isn't it? Thanks Wikipedia, don't know what I'd do without you.

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